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Before you can post or reply in these forums, please our online community. the online community Community rules Coping during the Coronavirus outbreak. When i was in year 7 i new i was gay and i new that was bad, gay was obviously a common insult and got thrown around a lot so i stayed under the radar. This one kid in my class always talked about how disgusting gay people were and how they were all going to hell, in religion when we had to present a slideshow on "the power of love in the bible" he put a bunch of pictures of two men kissing with big red x's through them, obviously this didn't help my self esteem.

Eventually i grew tired of this and one day i told a relatively close friend in class that I was Bi, I figured that being Bi wasn't as bad as being gay and i would be accepted more. It was pretty hard and I didn't help at all with my flaunty gay attitude, soon enough everyone was finding out about the Bisexual kid.

Eventually i got sick of it and just started correcting them to "gay" because I didn't want to lie anymore. Now everyone knows me as the gay kid. I'm in year nine now and i'm still the gay kid, I do Debating, Public speaking, I play Piano, I do drama, I also play soccer and I play basketball, all of these things are activities that i enjoy, but i want advice on how to be less known as the gay kid and more of who i actually am.

I can see you were comfortable that you could tell your friend you were bi then you explained you were gay. It is good that you felt ok to be knows as being gay. Many people want to be known for many things not just one thing. I do many things to do with mental health and am known to some people as that bipolar woman. I think as you become more known for different activities , you will be known for these activities or just for being a good friend,. Thank you for your post, I have a feeling it will be read by many who may be in a similar position, though maybe not spoken of it.

I'd guess now you are in your mid-teens and looking forward to the end of schooling on the distant horizon with other things to follow. So school, no matter how bigoted, is for a limited time. You said that the constant put-down of gays hurt your self-esteem, as it would for all. That and wanting to be accepted led eventually to your being known as gay. Actually such casual cruelty reflects on the giver, not the target.

Disappointing about your " relatively close friend ". Do you in fact have anyone as a good friend at the moment, or someone else to understand and support? You also say " I do Debating, Public speaking, I play Piano, I do drama, I also play soccer and I play basketball, all of these things are activities that i enjoy". They are very skilled and worthwhile in themselves and if they give you enjoyment that is something to be celebrated -for you. A satisfying remark in a debate, the exact right timing and emphasis on a set of piano keys the These are the important things, and they are part of you.

YOU know your accomplishments and who you are. That is maturity. If those around you have not reached that mark they are to be seen as such. I am so very proud of you that you are here that you have chosen to speak up and that you have got some things off your chest, and also I want to say how wonderful I think it is that even at a time when you feel like you are being "labelled" or "pigeon holed" as the "gay kid", there are so many things you are doing so well and are so clear about and are successful at and this is fantastic.

I would like to echo Croix in that school is such a small teeny tiny part of what is going to be a wonderful life for you, see school is filled with young adults that are all trying to figure out who they are, potentially some even gay and can't admit it and they see you owning it and wonder why they cant, figuring out what future they have and where they fit it and who their friends are So for them you are probably very interesting and you are owning who you are and you do have hobbies and interests and you are enjoying your life, even though at a Catholic school everything about your sexuality says it is wrong, how strong and brave and wonderful you are to stand up and say "no actually Two of my best friends are gay men and they have the most wonderful lives and I know that their schooling experience was very similar to yours, only worse in that in we were not as accepting of homosexuality as we are today, in fact it was NEVER talked about, so they had a real struggle, however, today looks very different for them.

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Hello everyone, im pretty new here just needed some help or advice kinda. So here i go. Gardevioir welcome to this forum. This is a friend,y, support and non judgmental place. I think as you become more known for different activities , you will be known for these activities or just for being a good friend, thanks again for sharing your story, quirky. You are a perfect boy, knowing who you are and what you like. Croix Community Champion. You also say " I do Debating, Public speaking, I play Piano, I do drama, I also play soccer and I play basketball, all of these things are activities that i enjoy" They are very skilled and worthwhile in themselves and if they give you enjoyment that is something to be celebrated -for you.

I'm old, if you were my grandson I'd be proud of you. Croix who disliked schools, though for different reasons. Aaronsis Community Champion. Good Morning Gardevoir I am so very proud of you that you are here that you have chosen to speak up and that you have got some things off your chest, and also I want to say how wonderful I think it is that even at a time when you feel like you are being "labelled" or "pigeon holed" as the "gay kid", there are so many things you are doing so well and are so clear about and are successful at and this is fantastic.

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